By Marinus van Dongen, Marinus van Dongen
Shock Waves in multiphase media seek advice from a wealthy number of phenomena of curiosity for physicists, chemists, mechanical, biomedical and aeronautical engineers, in addition to fluid dynamicists. This quantity treats surprise and growth waves in
(bullet) advanced, bubbly drinks (L van Wijngaarden, Y Tomita, V Kendrinskii)
(bullet) cryogenic beverages (M Murakami)
And examines the connection of concern waves with
(bullet) part transitions (A Guha, CF Delale, G Schnerr, MEH van Dongen)
as good as their interplay with
(bullet) reliable foams, textiles, porous and granular media (B Skews, DMJ Smeulders, MEH van Dongen, V Golub, O Mirova)
All chapters are self-contained, and will be learn independently of one another, although they're after all thematically interrelated. they give a well timed reference, for newbies, in addition to specialist scientists and engineers, on surprise waves in multiphase media with new viewpoints and at the burgeoning developments.
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04 mm apart from bubble A. The time variations of the radii of the two bubbles A and B are shown in Fig. 16b. Immediately after the interaction with the shock wave, bubble B stops its motion to expand and starts to shrink. As already observed in Fig. 1b, a strong interaction between reﬂected shock waves and bubbles can generate many microscopic shock waves emitting at each bubble rebound. The curvature of the boundary surface must be one of important factors aﬀecting both bubble motion and shock wave phenomena.
In Sect. 2, the shock wave–bubble (or cavity) interaction is introduced in the absence of any boundary. It contains the early stage of the phenomena after the impact of a shock wave with a bubble, followed by the bubble surface deformation, wave phenomena at the gas–liquid interface and liquid jet formation. In Sect. 3, the shock wave–bubble interaction near various boundaries including solid walls and deformable surfaces is 2 Interaction of a Shock Wave with a Single Bubble 37 RS (a) (b) Fig. 1.
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